Planned Unit Development
A Planned Unit Development is a designed grouping of varied and compatible land uses, such as housing, recreation, commercial centers, and industrial parks, all within one contained development or subdivision.
|An article on Wikipedia has information about Planned Unit Development in areas beyond Albemarle County's borders.|
In Charlottesville, PUDs were formerly an overlay district, but today are ad hoc zoning districts without an underlying zone. This caused problems for the Rock Creek Village PUD, which was approved in 1985 as an overlay but built in 2010.
In 2006, a requirement was added that PUDs must consist of more than 2 acres of land. The Planning Commission public hearing was held on the same day the Franklin Street PUD, a proposal for seven units on a 0.84 acre parcel, was unanimously rejected.
Projects in Albemarle
- Web. Chapter 18, Zoning, Section 20, Planned Unit Development - PUD, Albemarle County Code, retrieved 9 Nov 2009.
- Web. Virginia Law, Virginia General Assembly, retrieved December 13, 2018.
- Web. Agenda for Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting, October 22, 2013, retrieved December 13, 2013.
- Web. Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, June 13, 2006.
- Web. Council to consider amendment to existing zoning to allow nine-story building on Ivy Road, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Community Engagement, Town Crier Productions, January 2, 2023, retrieved 2023-02-02.
- Web. Agenda for January 3, 2023 Charlottesville City Council, City of Charlottesville, January 3, 2023., retrieved 2023-02-02.
- Web. Council Approves Rezoning for 240 Stribling, New Agreement to Pay For Sidewalks, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Town Crier Productions, April 28, 2022, retrieved 2023-01-02.
- Web. Divided Council approves Stonehenge development, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, May 23, 2013, retrieved October 20, 2017.